Palin slams Obama in tea party convention speech

Reader Rob Minor reports:To frequent applause and a number of standing ovations, former VP candidate and Alaska governor Sarah Palin addressed the Tea Party Convention Saturday night in Nashville. One day short of what would have been Ronald Reagan's 99th birthday, she unabashedly invoked The Gipper's vision of America as a the shining city on a hill, and a beacon of hope to all the world. Tributes to America's servicemen and women both in the audience and everywhere were punctuated with well-targeted jibes at the current Administration, and she called upon the Tea Party movement to transcend partisan barriers and get behind candidates of all political persuasions who might best carry forward the maxim that "that government is best which governs least." This address was not a clear announcement of her own re-entry into the political arena as a candidate for any office, but it does seem to indicate she is at least going to be a national political figure in some measure...(Read Full Post)